bonnyclabber

[ bon-ee-klab-er ]
/ ˈbɒn iˌklæb ər /

noun

Northern and Midland U.S. clabber (def. 1).

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Also bon·ny·clap·per [bon-ee-klap-er]. /ˈbɒn iˌklæp ər/.

Origin of bonnyclabber

First recorded in 1625–35, bonnyclabber is from Irish bainne clabair literally, “milk of the clapper” (i.e., of the churn lid or dasher)

regional variation note for bonnyclabber

See clabber.
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